Additional Registration Forms
Medical Information Form (PDF)
Cell Phone Policy (PDF)
Photo Release (PDF)
Waiver Form (PDF)
Day Camper Pick-up (PDF)
Equine Activity Release/Waiver (PDF)
Riding Packing List (PDF)
Office of Admission
For more information, contact Samantha Polito at (540) 362-6212 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This camp offers riders the opportunity to learn more about hunter/jumper riding, barn management, and the care of horses from experienced college instructors. The camp offers riders of varying (intermediate and advanced) levels the opportunity to gain knowledge and self-confidence throughout the week. Participants will enjoy the outstanding equestrian amenities used by Hollins’ nationally known and award-winning riding team, as well as take field trips to off-site locations such as a local breeding farm and the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. The week will conclude with a Saturday morning showcase and picnic farewell for parents and family members.
Note: Campers who register and pay the $200 deposit by February 1, 2014, will receive a 20% discount. If you register and pay the deposit by April 1, you’ll receive a 10% discount. All payments are due in full by June 15.
Rising 9th-12th graders
Peterson received a B.A. from Roanoke College and has been at Hollins since 1972. She has received many awards and honors including: Inducted into the Virginia Horse Show Association Hall of Fame (2012); inducted into the Virginia Horse Center Hall of Fame (2008); IHSA Lifetime Achievement Award (2007); ODAC Coach of the Year (five times); Horseperson of the Year (2004) VHSA; Guy Burkholder Memorial Sportsmanship Award (2006); Susan Hagan Award (2004); Andrew M. Montgomery Award (1998); Virginia Horse Show Association; Roanoke Valley Horse Show Hall of Fame (2001); hunter coordinator, Roanoke Valley Horse Show; board of directors, Virginia Horse Center; Horseperson of the Year (1995), VHC; Virginia Horse Council; past president, Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association; board of directors, Virginia Horse Show Association, and past president, Roanoke Valley Horsemen's Association; Hall of Fame, Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association, Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award from Hollins University (2011).
Gerald received a B.S. from Louisiana State University. He is a respected course designer and USEF "R" judge. Among his many awards and honors are: Virginia Horse Show Association's Susan H. Hagan Memorial Trophy; seven-time ODAC Coach of the Year; inducted into the Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association Hall of Fame, 2006; VHSA Horseman of the Year, 2006, 1992 (making him only the second person in the history of the VHSA to earn the honor a second time); current president, VHSA; Board of Directors, VHSA, 1987-present; Andrew Montgomery Award 1987; President, Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association 1996-97; current president, IHSA Zone 4, Region 2.
Courter received an A.A. degree from Southern Seminary and has been a riding instructor at Hollins since 1982. Her awards and honors include: Guy Burkholder Memorial Sportsmanship Award (2007); ODAC Coach of the Year (three times); Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association board of directors (two terms).
Roschen received her A.A. degree from Southern Seminary and has been a riding instructor at Hollins since 1986. She is a consultant and advisor to many barns in Virginia, as well as a successful breeder of hunters including the 2013 Four Year Old Champion of the International Hunter Futurity. She received the IHSA National Championship Horse Show Sportsmanship Award in 2007.